National Occupational Classification (NOC) 2021 Version 1.0
- 1 - Business, finance and administration occupations
- 11 - Professional occupations in finance and business
- 111 - Professional occupations in finance
- 1110 - Auditors, accountants and investment professionals
11109 - Other financial officers
Other financial officers include professional occupations in finance such as financial examiners and inspectors, financial investigators, financial underwriters, mortgage brokers and trust officers. They are employed by banks, trust companies, investment firms and governments, or they may be self-employed.
- credit adjudicator
- credit unions examiner
- estate and trust administrator
- financial institutions inspector
- financial investigator
- financial underwriter
- mortgage broker
- trust officer
- Advertising, marketing and public relations managers (See 10022 Advertising, marketing and public relations managers)
- Banking, credit and other investment managers (See 10021 Banking, credit and other investment managers)
- Economic development officer (See 41402 Business development officers and market researchers and analysts)
- Economist (See 41401 Economists and economic policy researchers and analysts)
- Financial and investment analysts (See 11101 Financial and investment analysts)
- Insurance, real estate and financial brokerage managers (See 10020 Insurance, real estate and financial brokerage managers)
- Other business services managers (See 10029 Other business services managers)
- Securities agents, investment dealers and brokers (See 11103 Securities agents, investment dealers and brokers)
This group performs some or all of the following duties:
Financial examiners and inspectors
- Review and examine banks, trust companies, credit unions, caisses populaires, credit companies, real estate companies, insurance companies, pension funds, securities brokers and other financial services and institutions to ensure compliance with governing legislation and regulations.
- Investigate possible unethical conduct or breaches of securities or commodity futures laws by persons or companies that trade in securities and commodity futures or that provide related financial services.
- Analyze client requests to assess risk and details of stocks, bonds, mortgages or other financing solutions
- Negotiate with corporations, governments or individuals to determine the type and terms of financial products and prepare offering prospectuses or contracts
- May underwrite new issues of stocks and bonds.
- Administer estate, personal, charitable, corporate and other types of trusts
- Direct trust account investments, receive and record investment income and disburse trust funds.
- Meet with clients to obtain information about income, liabilities and assets, and type, price and condition of property to be mortgaged
- Negotiate mortgage loans with lenders or lending institutions on behalf of clients.
- A bachelor's degree in business administration, commerce, economics or a related field is usually required.
- Various training programs and courses are offered by financial institutes and organizations, such as the Canadian Securities Institute, Institute of Canadian Bankers, CFA Institute, Investment Funds Institute, and Trust Companies Institute of Canada, and may be required by employers.
- A recognized financial designation may be required (CFA, CIM or others).
- Financial examiners and inspectors may require a recognized accounting designation.
- Mortgage brokers require a mortgage broker licence in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador and Nova Scotia.
- While these kinds of positions require a high degree of training and qualifications, persons who occupy them must continually update their skills and pursue professional development.
- Progression to financial management positions is possible with experience.